Photos provided by the Barossa Airshow.
This event will you have you flying high.
Watch a range of aircrafts whiz overhead while you eat lunch at the Barossa Valley Rotary Club’s biannual airshow. The event, which will take place on April 11th, has happened every two years since 1998.
The air display features a variety of plans, ranging from the historic to the aerobatic.
“The aircrafts fly over and provide an opportunity for people to see historic and militarily significant aircrafts that have been maintained and restored,” says Catherine Lawler, Barossa Airshow’s promotions manager.
“Our ethos is to provide a fun day out with a focus on aviation,” she says.
In addition to the sky-high entertainment, event goers can peruse the market stalls, which have handcrafted jewelry, beauty products, plants from the Barossa Bush Gardens, and fresh produce and cured meats.
Drinks and food, such as bacon and egg rolls, donuts, and yiros options, are provided by local service and sporting clubs, and patrons are invited to bring along deck chairs and blankets to sit and enjoy it.
Guests can also try a flight simulator with the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
Lawler says the event is exciting every year.
“It’s a day of adrenalin-charged action,” she says.